Diab’s founder Bertil Diedrichs acquires the Nordic agent for Kleber foam.
Diab is established as a company. Divinycell H is launched and production is relocated to Laholm.
Diab sets up subsidiaries in the USA and Australia.
Diab merges with Polimex.
ISO 9001 certified.
ISO 14001 certified.
Ratos and 3i acquire Diab. Divinycell HP, a high-performance variant of H, is launched. Manufacture in Lithuania and balsa wood processing in Ecuador start.
Diab starts production in Kunshan, China and expands its production plant in DeSoto, Texas. Divinycell P is launched for the transport market, and Divinycell F for Aerospace.
New sales organizations are set up in Poland, Spain, India, Canada and Taiwan.
Ratos becomes principal owner. New sales organization is set up in the United Arab Emirates.
Divinycell Matrix 7-7 is introduced. Composites Consulting Group, CCG, is launched globally. CCG provides consultancy services in composite technology.
Divinycell F is supplemented with F40, which further reduces the weight of the interiors of commercial aircraft.
In material finishes, One Directional Cut (ODC) and Grid Score Thin (GST) are launched, both of which significantly reduce the weight and costs of composite applications.
Divinycell F is supplemented with F130, used as edge fill for both foam and honeycomb panels for the aerospace industry.
Core Selection Guide is introduced on our website, a tool to help you zero in on the types of cores best suited to your application.
New sales organization is set up in Korea.
Diab introduces three new core materials: Divinycell HM, Divinycell PN and Divinycell PX300.
A completely new responsive website is launched, providing superior usability for smart phones and tablets.